POS Case Study I (Pls vote here!)

All Case Experiences in Topic format. Easy reading mode for contextual understanding. Quickie snapshot and howtos Files are linked into http://compiere.red1.org/

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POS Case Study I (Pls vote here!)

Postby red1 » Thu Jul 08, 2004 11:27 am

This is the first client i got paid for. :D involving Receipt Print, Cash Drawer and cash change for its cafetaria. Info Schedule, Resource Assignment for its Futsal Courts Bookings. Documentation has case analysis and includes howto modify source codes from Eclipse. Please download it from...

If u still have issues, try asking here. (U r invited to register yourself) I will do whatever i can.
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Postby Jiang Nan » Fri Jul 09, 2004 11:18 am

I have read posred pdf, it is helpful, and deserve studying.
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Thanks! and about Eclipsefiles.zip

Postby red1 » Fri Jul 09, 2004 12:49 pm

thanks for this maiden response :lol: I will be more productive.

btw about getting Compiere to load up in Eclipse U need both .class and .project files. Thats why I zipped them up into http://compiere.red1.org/eclipsefiles.zip
After unzip, place them in the Compiere-all directory. Modify the .class content in two places to reflect your own directory i.e. <classpathentry sourcepath="/Compiere25e/jboss ... change the /Compiere25e to yours...
Otherwise u can also set classpath from the properties of your Eclipse project. The tutorial http://compiere.red1.org/Callout.zip has screenshots to guide.

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Postby Mermaid » Thu Aug 19, 2004 5:05 pm

Hi red1

Your document is really helpful.
I now have less fear to look at the code, since all data are in eclipse now
and i know where to look at.

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It really works!!

Postby benny » Mon Aug 30, 2004 11:09 pm

My client always complain that compiere GUI 's not that friendly. Now by customising the multi-row shown in the line tab, i dun think they can complain any more. I'm not a techie guy and yet following Red1's document, i manage to do this little trick!

I think the next challenge should be showing all lines and header in a single tab.

Thanks Red1.
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It seems good

Postby godblessu » Fri Sep 24, 2004 10:44 am

I will try it.
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Setup for credit card/ATM payment processor

Postby benny » Sat Sep 25, 2004 12:11 pm

Hi Red1,

have you tried setting up your POS for credit cards/ATM payment processor? Can it really works?

Anyway, i'm also looking into this area and will update you guys when i know more.

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Postby casado » Sun Apr 17, 2005 8:20 am

Hi Red1,

went through the GameType list step-by-step in Callout.pdf. Really helpful.

Two comments (I'm running version 251g):

1 - Table & Column -> Column Tab
System Element is a mandatory field, so it is necessary that you have already created a corresponding System Element before you can save the new record.

2 - Window, Tab & Field -> Field Tab
If using translations, the Column field drop-down list is filled with translated names. So, it is necessary to run a Language Maintenance/Add Missing Translations to create the appropriate translated record in table AD_COLUMN_TRL. Before running the Language Maintenance, the newly created column will simply not show in the drop-down list.


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